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17 September 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Let me promote your Traffic Swirl link!

Hi everyone! I’ve been promoting Traffic Swirl a lot in traffic exchanges lately and decided why waste my links when I could be promoting YOUR referral URLs instead.

So basically here is how it is going to work, there is a new splash page called your Team Splash, located on your teams page in the members area.

Every page you surf in Traffic Swirl adds to your Team Surfs, also every time someone views your Team Splash in a different traffic exchange it will contribute to your Team Surfs.  You will get 1 per person that sees your page per 30 day period, if they have already seen your teams splash in that 30 days, then you will get .1 Team Surfs.

The Team Splash page features the top 4 surfers on the team with their gravatar and profile link, and it also rotates through the team members referral links.  If someone joins from that page then the referral will go to a team member.

So how this works is that I will be promoting the winning teams splash for a week.  I get about 4,000 – 5,000 hits a day to my rotator so this is pretty huge, all those referrals will be going to the winning teams members.

So if YOU want ME to promote your teams splash and give you and your team members more referrals, then start earning more Team Surfs today by surfing more, promoting the team splash, trading reward points for team surfs, or trading credits for team surfs.

Just another way Traffic Swirl helps you get more quality traffic to your websites.. easy, fast, fun, and free.

If you are not yet a member join for free today at

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18 March 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Over 30 dead and over 200 wounded after “Security Forces” open fire on protestors in Saana Yemen

Over 30 eight anti-government protesters have been shot dead by Yemeni forces in Sanaa, medics have told the BBC.

Hundreds were wounded when government forces opened fire on a group of protesters gathered near the university, following Friday prayers.

Armed men opened fire from positions on top of nearby buildings, reports said.

Witnesses said the men opened fire on protesters calling for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to stand down.

Popular revolts

Yemen is one of a number of countries in the region that have seen unrest since the presidents of Egypt and Tunisia were ousted in popular revolts.

Thousands of people have turned out for regular demonstrations in cities including Sanaa, Aden, Taiz and elsewhere, calling for corruption and unemployment to be tackled and demanding the president step down.

The protests have often been met by riot police or supporters of President Saleh armed with knives and batons.

The president has been power for 32 years, facing a separatist movement in the south, a branch of al-Qaeda, and a periodic conflict with Shia tribes in the north.

He has said he will not seek another term in office in 2013 but has vowed to defend his regime “with every drop of blood”.


Watch live coverage of this on Al Jazeera English

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